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Surveillance 100 Lamp Won’T Record, but Does Illuminate

by Paul Strauss
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How’d you like three giant surveillance cameras staring your down in the face every time you walk into your living room? Well, here ya go.

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Designed by Sweden’s Humans Since 1982, the Surveillance 100 doesn’t capture video at all. Instead, the head of each one of these security “cameras” is actually a lighting fixture. While this could be the coolest lamp design ever, I’m not sure that it’ll make your guests feel comfortable sitting on the couch, as they might be just a little intimidated by it. (Especially if you decide to hide a tiny video camera inside each lamp). Ironically, none of the available photos seem to show the lights turned on, so these really could just be video cameras.

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Want one? The limited edition Surveillance 100 can be found over at Generate Limited. Only 100 of these will be made, and the pricing is “available on request”, so you know what that means – you’d better start cracking open your piggy banks and IRAs if you want one.

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